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Greg Kolomitz

Gregory J. Kolomitz, founder of Kolomitz & Company, is a professional public, governmental, political, community affairs organizing consultant with over 30 years of experience.  DJCA is proud to be partnered with Mr. Kolomitz so that our clients can benefit from his expertise in, and extensive knowledge of, Southern Colorado and rural areas.  

Mr. Kolomitz is one of very few consultants/lobbyists with experience working in non-metropolitan Colorado. Raised in rural Colorado, he appreciates and understands its culture and values. Given his upbringing, relationships, and appreciation of rural traditions and customs, Kolomitz is widely viewed as the “rural consultant”.  Leveraging this background, he is able to share his knowledge, perspective and unique insight with other consultants and clients.  

Mr. Kolomitz also spent numerous years working in Denver, where helped build two well-known public affairs/political consulting firms, CRL Associates and Solutions West.  While at CRL Associates he was part of a team that significantly impacted the Denver skyline and enhanced the quality of life in the metro area and the state of Colorado. During his tenure, he developed expertise in issue based, local, and school funding elections.  Notable elections he coordinated were FastTrack YES, numerous school bond /mill levy campaigns and several land use rights campaigns.  In 2006, he managed Bill Ritter’s Colorado gubernatorial campaign and guided it to an unprecedented 17 point victory.

Solutions West was established in 2007 and quickly developed an influential client list. Working on behalf of universities, non-profits, water districts, chambers of commerce and business entities, Kolomitz achieved significant political and business victories. 

Following years of acknowledged success and recognition in the Denver metropolitan area, including Fifty for Fifty (Colorado Statesman 2007) and Forty under Forty (Denver Business Journal 2005), Greg returned  to his native roots in Southern Colorado.  He currently resides in his hometown of La Junta and represents causes, candidates and organizations that make a positive impact on people’s lives.  Greg enjoys local youth sports, the performing arts and the many other positive, but sometimes challenging, aspects of living in rural Southern Colorado.